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You observe that a firm's ROE is above the industry average, but
profit margin and debt ratio are both below the industry average.
Which of the following statements is CORRECT?
Its total assets turnover must be above the industry average.
b. Its return on assets must equal the industry average.
c. Its TIE ratio must be
d. Its total assets turnover
t be below the industry average.
e. Its total asset
assets turnover
nover must be below the industry average.
cnover must equal the industry average.
15.
Safeco's current assets total to $20 million versus $10 million of
current liabilities, while Risco's
sco's current assets are $10 million
versus $20 million of current liabilities. Both firms would like to
"window dress" their end-of-year financial statements, and to do so
they tentatively plan to borrow $10 million on a short-term basis and
to then hold the borrowed funds in their cash accounts. Which of the
statements below best describes the results of these transactions?
a .
The. transactions would improve Safeco's financial strength as
measured by its current ratio but lower Risco's current ratio.
The transactions would lower Safeco's financial strength as measured
by its current ratio but raise Risco's current ratio.
. The transactions would have no effect on the firm' financial strength
as measured by their current ratios.
d. The transactions would lower both firm' financial strength as
e .
measured by their current ratios.
The transactions would improve both firms' financial strength as
measured by their current ratios.
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Suppose Sally Smith plans to invest $1,000. She can earn an effective
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annual rate of 58 on Security A, while Security B has an effective
annual rate of 128. After 11 years, the compounded value of Security B
should be more than twice the compounded value of Security A. (Ignore
risk, ' and assume that compounding occurs annually.)
True
b. False
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The present value of a future sum increases as either the discount rate
or the number of periods per year increases, other things held constant....

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- Spring '10
- MNGT
- Balance Sheet, Financial Ratio, Safeco, Risco